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/ 16 days ago

USMNT legend Friedel takes up new role for first time since 2019

Former New England Revolution manager Brad Friedel has re-entered the professional soccer world, joining the board of directors at Besiktas. This appointment marks Friedel’s first professional soccer role since his tenure with the Revolution ended in 2019. The 53-year-old will serve as an Advisor to the Besiktas board through the 2025-2026 season. This strategic position […]

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/ 19 days ago

Mourinho's hefty pay in Turkey: Is he one of the highest earners?

In a stunning move, Fenerbahce appointed Jose Mourinho as their new head coach, luring him with an impressive salary package. The club disclosed that Mourinho will earn hefty pay, with his contract extending through the 2024-25 and 2025-26 seasons. This announcement marks a significant moment for both Mourinho and Fenerbahce, reflecting the club's ambitious plans […]

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/ 37 days ago

Not just Fenerbahce: Another Turkish giant in talks with Mourinho

Jose Mourinho, one of the most celebrated managers in soccer history, is at the center of an intense bidding war between Turkish soccer giants. As the season draws to a close, speculation surrounding the Portuguese’s next move has reached fever pitch, with multiple clubs vying for his signature. After parting ways with Roma in mid-January, […]

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/ 41 days ago

Mourinho to return to surprising managerial role, but with catch

Though he may be out of a job for the time being, Jose Mourinho will undoubtedly find employment in management soon. There is no denying the Special One's track record. You can bet that he will be lifting trophies anywhere since he is a born winner. Ignoring Tottenham, that is. Once the legendary manager relocated […]

Business of Soccer

/ 248 days ago

Turkish Super Cup sells out by moving game to Saudi Arabia

The upcoming Turkish Super Cup will move from its traditional setting. Instead, the game will take place in Saudi Arabia instead. The move coincides with the fourth edition of Riyadh Season, an annual state-sponsored entertainment and sports festival. "We are pleased that Saudi Arabia will host the Turkish Super Cup match, which includes two of […]